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Plant domestication D. Hardin MONSOON ASIA Spice Islands
Plant domestication Rice D. Hardin MONSOON ASIA wild rice STARCHY FILLER-FOOD!
RICE rice paddymature rice Upland rice Wet rice D. Hardin
RICE Thirteen-month crop planting threshing winnowing D. Hardin harvesting Seed bed
millet sorghum D. Hardin
MILLET/SORGHUM D. Hardin
D. Hardin harvesting threshing winnowing milling
Tea plantation tea service D. Hardin
Coconut plantation D. Hardin
IRRIGATION TECHNIQUES Tanks & wells
tankwell D. Hardin IRRIGATION TECHNIQUES Tanks & wells
IRRIGATION TECHNIQUES River irrigation
river irrigation D. Hardin IRRIGATION TECHNIQUES River irrigation
D. Hardin IRRIGATION TECHNIQUES River irrigation
Plant Science Crop ID. Cotton Flower Cotton Leaf.
AGRICULTURAL HEARTHS D. Hardin AGRICULTURAL HEARTHS D. Hardin SOUTHWEST ASIA/FERTILE CRESCENT.
5.6 Cotton. (COTTON PRACTICES) COTTON CROPS PLANTING Steps: Land preparation Irrigation Planting Weeding Harvesting Marketing.
Agricultural Geography Key Issue #2: Where are Agricultural Regions in Less Developed Countries (PINGs)?
The Beginning of Civilization: EARLY AGRICULTURE Chapter Two Section One.
Agriculture in India & China by Aditi Kochar Class IV.
Where Are Agricultural Regions in LDCs? C10K2. Objectives Shifting Cultivation Pastoral Nomadism Intensive Subsistence Agriculture Plantation Farming.
Three Regions of the 13 Colonies. New England Colonies New Hampshire, Connecticut, Rhode Island, Mass., Maine Rocky soil not good for much farming The.
INTENSIVE PEASANT(SUBSISTENCE) FARMING. Wet Rice Farming Where ? South and East Asia ( Malaysia, Indonesia and SE China) Tropical /Equatorial climates.
Types of Agriculture LDCs and MDCs. Types of Agriculture Found in LDCs.
Prepared by: Mrs. Savita Kukreti Pawar Public School Kandivali.
SEXUAL AND ASEXUAL REPRODUCTION OF PLANTS Introduction: Presentation 1 of 3.
Welcome JIJIMOL.L J B.ED Social Science BNV CTE. RAINWATER HARVESTING Rainwater harvesting is a technique of collection and storage of rainwater into.
Classifying Agricultural Regions Subsistence Agriculture Shifting Cultivation Pastoral Nomadism Intensive Subsistence Agriculture Commercial Agriculture.
Agriculture. Agricultural Hearths – 1 st Agricultural Revolution.
Section 2 The Neolithic Age. Also called “New Stone Age” 8,000 B.C. Moving from food gatherers to food producers.
AGRICULTURE. Origins of Agriculture When humans domesticated plants and animals for their use AgricultureAgriculture - deliberate modification of the.
Types of Agriculture. Pastoral Nomadism Drylands of SW Asia, N Africa, C Asia and E Asia – where planting of crops is impossible Drylands of SW Asia,
© 2014 Pearson Education, Inc. Where Did Agriculture Originate? Invention of Agriculture –Prior to the advent of agriculture, all humans probably obtained.
The Origins of Farming. Definitions Farming: The domestication of plants and animals for human purposes Domestication: The control of plant and animal.
Early Agriculture Outline of topics: I. Hunter-gathering II. Invention of agriculture - when, where, what, how, and why? III. Crop domestication IV. Important.
GEOG 240 Topic 4: Agricultural and Industrial Development Francis Yee Camosun College.
What do these have in common? Corn Barley Bulgur wheat Oats Popcorn Rice Rye Wheat Wild rice Durum wheat Semolina wheat Sorghum Spelt Teff Triticale Fonio.
© 2014 Pearson Education, Inc. Agriculture Defined The deliberate modification of Earth’s surface through cultivation of plants and rearing of animals.
Agriculture in Less Developed Countries Shifting cultivation Characteristics of shifting cultivation Future of shifting cultivation Pastoral nomadism.
PRT 2008 Lecture 8. Genetic resources Genetic material of actual or potential value.
Tropical Agro-Ecosystems From Rain Forests to Deserts.
© 2014 Pearson Education, Inc. Agriculture The deliberate modification of Earth’s surface through cultivation of plants and rearing of animals to obtain.
Journey Across Time Ch1: The First Civilizations.
CROP HEARTHS * Agriculture originated in multiple hearths around the world * Certain crops are “native” to certain areas of the world * Because of colonization.
Subsistence vs. Commercial Farming Subsistence When a farmer can only grow enough food to feed his/her own family Often in LDCs 97% of world’s farmers.
The Neolithic Revolution and Early Agriculture Agricultural Domestication Independent Innovation Cultural Diffusion Civilization Social Stratification.
1960’ S G REEN R EVOLUTION This was India’s attempt to modernize Indian agriculture 1) Continued expansion of farming areas 2) Double cropping existing.
Agriculture Agriculture is very important, old and traditional type of economic activity. It is an economic activity conducted by Homo sapiens to grow.
Plant Science Introduction Standards and Objectives.
Cotton: From Farm to Fabric A farmer plants the seeds, then cares for the cotton plants and finally harvests the cotton lint.
Commercial and Subsistence Types of Agriculture Von Thunen Model.
US Agricultural Patterns. Livestock Patterns Cows -- Dairy and Beef.
Sub : geographySTD : vIII A o.in.
South Asia: Human Landscape Population and Settlement Population and Settlement Cultural Coherence and Diversity Cultural Coherence and Diversity Independence.
The First Agricultural Revolution c. 10,000 BC Domestication of food crops. South East Asia-root crops Southwest Asia -cereal crops such as wheat, barley.
Uses of Plants Plant Science. Humans have 3 Basic Needs 1.Food 2.Clothing 3.Shelter 2
GMOs – History of Agriculture. Agriculture Defined The art, science, and business of managing the growth of plants and animals for human use.
Rice post harvest management- Bangladesh context Debashish Chanda, Ph.D Post Harvest & Business Model Specialist IRRI Bangladesh.
Subsistence vs. Commercial Farming (LDC ‘s) vs. (MDC’s) Differ in five ways: 1.Purpose 2.Percentage of farmers 3.Machinery 4.Farm size 5.Farms and other.
Precipitation, Crops, and Food Insecure Regions. Precipitation Change.
Plant and Soil Science. Recognizing the Importance of Plant and Soil Science.
Evolution of Agriculture. Agriculture Defined The art, science, and business of managing the growth of plants and animals for human use.
Habitat and Adaptations based on agriculture of India and China.
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